Guang Dong Hotel
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... downstairs, we met up with JP for some dinner. We walked the river, which felt kinda like a boardwalk, and found an awesome dumpling restaurant.
The next day, we slept until 6 am but Sebastian slept until 8! I was praying that this meant we were through the jet lag. Another full touring day was on the agenda, our hostess and travel guide extraordinaire took us to a different part of town surrounding Yuyuan, the Old Town. After a short walk through what felt very much ...
... to get a taxi back to Phoebe's apartment but we couldn't flag one down. None of them would stop for us. At one stage I had my hand out to flag one down and it swerved over to stop but then obviously saw that I was a westerner and swerved away again. We had to get the subway in the end. I think this was just a bad part of town for this kind of behaviour as it happened to us once more after this in the same area.
On the Wednesday morning we went to check out ...
... went for the freaky punk kind of look including a Mohican, and wait for it….. make up! Black eyeliner & eyeshadow which I put on for him, he seemed quite comfortable with it & it was certainly a weird experience putting make up on my husband!!!! Friends had gone all out & dressed as a circus ringmaster & mistress. Sadly when we first go there, ************e had dressed up, but a few more had who turned up later! A fun evening with great ...
... to an indoor ski resort that Jake wanted to visit. Well, we TRIED to go to one. We had to take the subway something like 12 stops to get all the way there and then were forced to walk about 3 miles after the last stop. After about 1 and 1/2 miles, Jenn, Courtney, and I decided to turn around and just head back. We had no intention of skiing in the first place, and decided it would just be better to start heading back before it started to get dark. Lucky for us we made ...
... Lisa find’s out she has indeed booked us a room in the Holiday Inn but it just happens to be another Holiday Inn. So an attempt is made to communicate with the hotel we are in and try to get them to change the booking so we don’t have to go through all the hassle of packing up and moving, which believe me is a mammoth task for us.
No Joy, I get the inscrutable, no rooms available, ‘better you go to other ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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